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Building Fit Financials

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    Expanding Your Small Business

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    Navigating Your Company's Access to Credit in Today's Environment

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    Top 10 Factors Affecting Small Business Financing

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    How Can Your Accountant Help You?

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Four Steps to Better Manage Customer and Supplier Payment
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Four Steps to Better Manage Customer and Supplier Payment

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Is your business profitable on paper, but tight on cash? If so, you might want to take a look at the payment terms and conditions you have established with your customers and suppliers. Read More

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Being a successful consultant goes beyond providing sound, valuable advice for your clients. It’s also critical for small business owners to ensure they are handling back-office tasks, such as paying bills and managing payables and receivables, efficiently and cost-effectively. Here’s how one North Carolina consultant did just that.